Health City Cayman Islands 14-day closure


A 68-year-old Italian patient required life-saving cardiac care, having transferred from a cruise ship to HCCI.  He was confirmed as Cayman’s first recorded COVID-19 positive patient, and died from coronavirus-related complications. All hospital workers have been tested.

The Cayman government had been allowing cruise ship passengers on shore despite coronavirus concerns, however all cruise ships are now banned going to local Cayman Island shores. 



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